Wow. What you did was completely inappropriate.
Your text had numerous spelling and grammatical errors (repeatedly misspelling "functionality" as "functionnalities" to name one example) - that alone is reason enough for someone to edit it.
You asked a poll question / discussion. SO is a Q&A site, not a place to chew the fat with fellow developers. If that's what you're after, see: Where can I find interesting programming discussions?
You rambled on about a particular "easter egg" in your own software. SO isn't a blog, and if you're gonna answer your own question then use an actual answer to do so.
When George tried to correct a few of these issues, you re-edited to include a long, off-topic rant complete with inflammatory language. That's never appropriate.
You're new here, so you can be forgiven for not reading the FAQs and remaining unaware of some aspects of how the site is intended to be used and what the local customs are. But the correct response upon encountering resistance is to take a step back and attempt to learn what you did wrong, not immediately launch an attack against a well-respected member of the community.
Sit down, shut up, and spend some time familiarizing yourself with Stack Overflow. And remember:
Like Wikipedia, this site is collaboratively edited. If you are not comfortable with the idea of your posts being edited by other trusted users, this may not be the site for you.
You claim that George misrepresented your intentions, implying that you were doing something unethical. I don't see it: you described what you were doing, and justified it claiming that
"Nothing sneaky nor hidden here: users fully know that stacktrace/crash report are being sent to us..."
George cleaned this up somewhat, but did not appear to significantly alter the meaning:
"We do let our users know that we collect crash data."
If that's not what you meant, then this was your wake-up call: your question was confusing and needed to be clarified.
Considering you prefixed this paragraph with the statement, "in a client-side GUI app that is distributed to a lot of clients I've put a few 'hidden' things" and then began the paragraph with "For example: " I'm not sure why you then claim that this functionality - which you describe as an example of something hidden - is not, in fact, hidden!
The edit gave you a rare opportunity: to see your words through someone else's eyes. If you didn't like what you saw, then quietly re-editing your question to correct the corrections would have saved everyone a lot of trouble...